Hapy

Egyptian - A fertility god and god of the Nile. Consort of Mut and Nekhbet. An androgynous deity responsible for the annual flooding of the Nile, which deposited rich silt on its banks and enabled Egyptians to grow crops. He helped to bring Osiris back to life, after he had been killed and dismembered by Set, by suckling him after Isis had reassembled the parts. He was sometimes depicted as a goose with two heads and a human body or as a naked fat man with erect phallus and pendulous breasts, holding a fan and tray. Occasionally referred to as Hapy, Haapi, Haapi, Hap, Hap, Hapy, Hapy, Hapy, Hapi or Hapi.
Egyptian - An ape-headed or dog-headed. God. One of the 4 Amenti. Son of Horus. He was guardian of the north and of the lungs of the dead or, some say, the north and the small intestine. In some lore, occasionally identified as Hapy, Haapi, Haapi, Hap, Hap, Hapy, Hapy, Hapy, Hapi or Hapi.
Egyptian - A name for the bull-god, Apis, in some accounts. In some references, identified as Hapy, Haapi, Haapi, Hap, Hap, Hapy, Hapy, Hapy, Hapi or Hapi.

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